Daily Archives: April 30, 2010

And, in another edition of pot, meet kettle…

I wasn’t going to comment on the horrific Notre Dame video being relentlessly mocked on the Intertubes, but sometimes when life throws you a fastball down the middle, you have to turn on it.

…white people “dancing”… I could go on all day. Suffice it to say, “you ARE Notre Dame” and we count our blessings every day we are not…..

Yeah, here’s what you are.

That was too easy.



Filed under Georgia Tech Football

Friday morning buffet

Another working week draws to an end, so enjoy.


Filed under Academics? Academics., Big East Football, College Football, ESPN Is The Devil, Georgia Football, Georgia Tech Football, It's Not Easy Being A Mid-Major, SEC Football, Stats Geek!

I hope they can get a refund.

The NCAA puts the kibosh on Tiger Prowl.

… The NCAA Division I Board of Directors finalized legislation Thursday effective immediately limiting no more than two football coaches per school from visiting a prospective recruit in the same day during an evaluation period, NCAA spokesman Erik Christanson confirmed by e-mail Thursday night.

The rule change takes direct aim at recruiters riding to high schools in stretch Hummer limousines, a controversial tactic Auburn coaches began last year.

You gotta love Gene Chizik’s response.

“All of the different recruiting ideas that we came up with last year, people want to ask the question what kind of effect did they have on recruiting?,” Chizik said. “I don’t know whether that’s something that played a huge part in our success with our signing class or not. … It’s all about how hard you work and it’s all about relationships.”

Riiight.  That’s why you doubled down with a bus this year, Coach.


Filed under Auburn's Cast of Thousands, Recruiting, The NCAA

The next big thing

Non-football related, but still worth sharing:

I have to admit that when I saw the caption “Better Marriage Blanket”, I was expecting something different.

And by the way, the female couldn’t be portrayed as the offending party?  God knows it’s not like they’re immune from the problem.

(h/t Andrew Sullivan)


Filed under Science Marches Onward